GOREY (Co. Wexford).
GOREY (Co. Wexford). Party per saltire argent, gules, or, and azure, in chief a cross of the second, in base a swan with an eel in its bill of the first, in dexter fesse point a lion passant guardant of the third, and in the sinister a rose of the second, seeded proper and barbed vert.
Granted November 24, 1613, and recorded in Ulster's Office in the Visitation of Wexford taken in the year 1628.
The blazon is given wrongly in Burke's " General Armory."
Original Source bookofpublicarms00foxd_djvu.txt near line 11369.